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Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 

Ninth Season— 1932-1933 

First Faculty Recital 

Tuesday Evening Kiovemher 29, 1932, at 8:30 o'doc\ 
MISS HARRIET VAN EMDEN, Soprano 

MR. HARRY KAUFMAN ai tke Piano 

PROGRAMME 

I. 

Recitative and Aria : ''Ah, non lasciarmi" from "Didone" . Franz Schubert 

XL 

Der Wanderer an den Mond^ 
Ganymede 

Die Unterscheidung V Franz Schubert 

Seligkeit 
Litanei 

III. 

Chanson d'Amour Ernest Chausson 

Le Vase Brise Cesar Franck 

Recitative and Aria from "Faust" Charles Francois Gounod 

IV. 

"Hat dich die Liebe bervihrt" J 

Marienhed ( t ir 

^._, > Joseph Marx 

Die Begegnung I 

"Und Gestern hat er mir Rosen gebracht'' / 

V. 

"Ah, Love, but a Day!" Mrs. H. H. A. Beach 

Wings of Night Wintter Watts 

Song of the Open Frank La Forge 

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The Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 
Ninth Season— 1932-1933 

Second Faculty Recital 

Tuesday Evening, December li, 1932, at 8:30 o'doc\ 

MISS LUCILE LAWRENCE 

and 

MR, CARLOS SALZEDO 

Harpists 
MR. WILLIAM KINCAID, Flutist 

MR. FELIX SALMOND, Violoncellist 
Collaborating 

PROGRAMME 

I 

Senate a trois Jean -Marie Leclair 

for flute, 'cello and harp 1697-1764 

Adagio — Allegro 
Sarabande 
Allegro assai 

Mr. Kincaid Mr. Salmond Mr. Salzedo 

II 

The Harmonious Blacksmith Georg Friedrich Handel 

1685-1759 

Gavotte from "Armide" Christophe Willibald von Gluck 

1714-1787 

Inquietude ) ^^^^^ g^^^^^ 

Communion S ^ Salzedo 

III 

Children's Corner Claude Debussy 

Transcribed by Carlos Salzedo, for harp, flute and 'cello 
Doctor Gradus ad Parnassum 
Jimbo's Lullaby 
Serenade for the doll 
The snow is dancing 
Golliwog's cake-walk 
Mr. Kincaid Mr. Salmond Mr. Salzedo 

IV 

Concertstiick Gabriel Pierne 

for harp, with piano accompaniment 

Miss Lawrence 

Mr. Salzedo at the piano 

Miss Lawrence and Mr. Salzedo use Lyon &" Healy Harps exclusively. 
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The Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 
Ninth Season — 1932-1933 

Third Faculty Recital 

V/ednesday Evening, December 21, 1932 

MADAME ISABELLE VENGEROVA. Pianist 

MADAME LEA LUBOSHUTZ. Violinist 

DR. LOUIS BAILLY, Violist 

MR. FELIX SALMOND, Violoncellist 

PROGRAMME 

I. 

Trio, Opus 66, C minor FeLIX MeNDELSSOHN-BaRTHOLDY 

for Piano, Violin and Violoncello 

Allegro cnergico e con fuoco 
Andante espressivo 
Scherzo 
Finale 

II. 

Quartet, Opus 25, G minor JOHANNES BrAHMS 

for Piano, Violin, Viola and Violoncello 

Allegro 
Intermezzo 
Andante con moto 
Presto 



III. 

Trio, Opus 101, C minor JOHANNES BraHMS 

for Piano, Violin and Violoncello 

Allegro energico 
Presto non assai 
Andante grazioso 
Allegro molto 



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'he Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 
Ninth Season— 1932-1933 

Fourth Faculty Recital 

Monday Evening, January 9, 1933 

Organist 

PROGRAMME 
I 

Concerto in A minor AnTONIO VivALDI 

Allegro ma non troppo 

Adagio 

Allegro 

The Primrose Martin Peerson 

Muscadin English Anonymous 

Choral Prelude: "Nun komm' der'j 

Heiden Heiland" ( Johann Sebastian Bach 

Prelude and Fugue in D major . . .* 

II 

Choral in E major CeSAR FraNCK 

Prelude and Fugue on "B-A-C-H" Franz Liszt 



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The Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 
Ninth Season— 1932-193 3 

Fifth Faculty Recital 

Monday Evening, January 16f'l933, at 8:i0 o'cloc\ 

MR. HORATIO CONNELL, Barifone 

at me Piano 



PROGRAMME 
I 

'■''Slumber On'" from the Cantata "It Is Enough" ) 

"Hat man nicht mit seinen Kindern" from the> Johann Sebastian Bach 

Cantata "Schweigt stille, plaudert nicht" ) 

Come and Trip It! } 
"Hear Me! Ye Winds and Waves!'^ [ Georg Friedrich Handel 

from the opera "Sdpio" * 

II 

Friihlingsgruss 
Allnachtlich im Traume 

Ein Jiingling Hebt ein Madchen( ^^^^^^ Schumann 

Am leuchtenden Sommermorgen( 

Schmetterling 

Friihlingsnacht 

III 
Vier ernste Gesange Johannes Brahms 

"Denn es gehet dem Menschen" 
"Ich wandte mich" 
"O Tod, wie bitter bist du" 
"Wenn ich mit Menschen" 

IV 

Der Tod, das ist die kiihie Nacht \ 

Au?tm\,rchhofe ,^ ' • ' J™^"^=' ^"^""^ 

"Wie froh und frisch mein Sinn sich hebt" from) 
the "Magelone Lieder" 

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The Curtis Institute of Music 



CASIMIR HALL 
Ninth Season— 1932-1933 



Sixth Faculty Recital 

Thursday Evening, May 11, 1933, at 8.30 o'cloc\ 



In a Recital for Two Pianos 

entitled 

"Zwei KoUegen in % Takt" 

(Two Colleagues in % Time) 



PROGRAMME 



I 

Polonaise, Op. 77 Charles Camille Saint-Saens 

Blue Danube Waltzes J. Strauss-Chasins 



II 

Valse, from Suite, Op. 1? Anton Arensky 

Valse, from Suite No. 2, Op. 17 SeRGEI RaCHMANINOV 



III 

Scherzo, Op. 87 CHARLES Camille Saint-Saens 

Kiinstlerleben (first performance) J. Strauss-Chasins 



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The Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 
Ninth Season— 1932-1933 

Seventh Faculty Recital 

Thursday Evening, May 25, J933, at 8:2iO o'cloc\ 

MR. DAVID SAPERTON, Pianistt 

PROGRAMME 

I 
*Passacaglia Leopold Godowsky 

(44 Variations — Cadenza — Fuge) 

II 

**Walt2;, Op. 64, No. 1 ("Minute") ChOPIN-GoDOWSKY 

**Etude, Op. 2, No. 6 ("If I were a bird to thee I'd fly") 

Henselt'Godowsky 

III 

Sonata in A, No. 2, Op. 21 Karol Szymanowski 

Allegro assai (Molto appassionato) 

Allegretto tranquillo 

Alicgretto schcrjando e capriccioso — Tempo di Sarabanda— 
Tempo di Minuetto con moto pomposo — Scherzando subito — 
Molto energico- — Allegro molto impetuoso, con gran forza — 
Appassionato ed impetuoso — Furioso — Largo — Moderate — 
Sempre accellerando e crescendo -Precipitando — Attaca la Fuga 

Allegro moderato — Poco scherzando e capriccioso 

Molto deciso — Tumultuoso — Poco meno allegro; 
grandioso ed imposante — Ancora. meno allegro — 
Maestoso 

IV 

■''^From Studies on Chopin's Etudes Leopold Godowsky 

Op. 25, No. 8— D flat major (No. 38) 

Op. 10, No. 7 — "Nocturne," G flat major (original key C major) (No. 15) 

Op. 10, No. 5 — Inversion (Sixth version) G flat major (No. 12) 

Op. 10, No. 10 — D major (original key A flat major) (No. 19) 

Op. 10, No. 11 y Op. 25, No. 3 combined— F major (No. 48) 

No. 45 — First version of posthumous Etude No. 2, E major 

(original key A flat major) 
Op. 25, No. 11— A minor (No. 42) 

*First performance in the United States of America. 
**First performance in Philadelphia. 

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The Curtis Institute of Music 

Josef Hofmann, Director 

Sunday Evening, January 8, 1933 
at 8.30 o'clock 

THE DEPARTMENT OF CHAMBER MUSIC 
has the honor to present 

M. FLORENT SCHMITT 



QUINTET, Op. 51, for Piano, VioHns, Viola and Violoncello 
with the Composer at the piano 

Assisting Artists 

Dr. Louis Bailly, Oskar Shumsky, 
Jascha Brodsky and Orlando Cole. 

I. Lent et grave — Anime 
IL Lent 
in. Anime 



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The Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 
Ninth Season— 1932-1933 

First Students' Concert 

Thursday Evening, December 8. J 932, at 8:30 o'cloc\ 
Students of Madame Luboshutz 

*EuGENE Helmer at the Piano 



PROGRAMME 
I 

Sonata in C sharp minor, Opus 21 ErNST VON DOHNANYI 

Allegro appassionato 
Allegro ma con tenerezza 
Vivace assai 

James Bloom 

II 

Concerto in D minor. Opus 47 JeAN SiBELIUS 

Allegro moderato 
Adagio di molto 
Allegro ma non tanto 

Celia Gomberg 

III 

Concerto in D minor FREDERICK StOCK 

Molto moderato 

Adagio 

Finale — allegro ma non troppo 

James Bloom 

IV 

Fugue Tartini-Kreisler 

Hebrew Melody Achron-Auer 

Gypsy Caprice Fritz Kreisler 

Perpetuum Mobile Ottokar Novacek 

Celia Gomberg 



•Student of Mr. Kaufman in Accompanying 
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The Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 
Eighth Season— 1932-193 3 

Graduation Recital 

JENNIE ROBINOR, Pianiste 
Student of Dr. Louis Bailly in Chamber Music 

Second Students' Recital 
Friday Evening, December 9, 1932, at S:2)0 o'c\oc\ 

PROGRAMME 

Concert for Piano and Violin Soli with String Quartet, Op. 21, 

E. Chausson 
Decide 
Sicilienne 
Grave 
Finale (Tres anime) 

Soloists 
Jennie Robinor Oskar Shumsky 

String Quartet 
George Pepper Louis Vyner 

Jack Pepper Orlando Cole 

Trio in B major, Op. 8 [Revised Edition], J. BraHMS 

Allegro con brio 
Scherzo: Allegro molto 
Adagio 
Allegro 

Jennie Robinor, Piano 
James Bloom, Violin Orlando Cole, Violoncello 

Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 for Flute, Violin, Piano Soli and 

Strings Ensemble J- S. BaCH 

Allegro 

Affettuoso 

Allegro 

Soloists 

Ardelle Hookins, Eudice Shapiro, Jennie Robinor 

Strings Ensemble 

George Pepper, Abe Burg, Franklin Siegfried, Nathan Snader, 

Louis Vyner, Robert Levine, Rowland Cresswell, Joseph Drurian, 

Gilbert Eney, Carl Torello 

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The Curtis Institute of 

CASIMIR HALL 
Ninth Season— 1932-193 3 

Third Students' Concert 

Thursday Evening, December 22,. 1932, at 8:30 o'cloc\ 
Students of Madame Luboshutz 

*EuGENE Helmer at the Piano 

PROGRAMME 
I 

Concertante in D major (for two violins). .WOLFGANG AmADEUS MoZART 

Allegro con spirito 
Andante 
Allegro molto 
Jean Spitzer 
Eva Stark 

II 

Poeme Ernest Chausson 

Eva Stark 

III 

First Movement of the Concerto in B minor. Opus 61. Sir Edward Elgar 

Allegro 
Jean Spitzer 

IV 

Variations on a Theme by CorelH Tartini-Kreisler 

"Nigun" from "Baal Shem"' Ernest Block 

Ipanema Darius Milhaud 

Zapateado Pablo de Sarasate 

Jean Spitzer 

*Student of Mr. Kaupxian in Accompanying 
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The Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 
Ninth Season— 1932-1933 

Fourth Students' Concert 

'Wednesday Evening, January 25, 1933, at 8:30 o'cloc\ 
Students of 



PROGRAMME 

I 

Prelude and Fugue in A minor Johann Sebastian Bach 

Paul Zuydhoek 



II 

Noel No. 10 Louis Claude Daquin 

Fantasia in A major Cesar Franck 

V V V V 

Prelude and Fugue in B minor Johann Sebastian Bach 

Paul Robinson 



III 

''Herzlich tut mich verlangen" Johannes Brahms 

"Es ist ein' Rose entsprungen" Johannes Brahms 

Chorale in A minor Cesar Franck 

Donald Wilcox 



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The Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 
Ninth Season— 1932-1933 

Graduation Recital 

of 

FRANK MILLER, Violoncellist 
Student of Mr. Felix Salmond 

*Ralph Berkowitz at the piano 

Fifth Students' Recital 

Tuesday Evening, March 7, 1933, 8:i0 o'cloc\ 

PROGRAMME 

I 

Sonata m G major GiovANNi Battista Sammartini 

Allegro 

Grave 

Vivace 

II 

Sonata in C major, Op. 102, No. 1 LUDWIG VAN BeETHOVEN 

Andante — Allegro vivace 
Adagio — Tempo d'andante 
Allegro vivace 

III 

Concerto in E minor, Opus 8? SiR EdWARD ElGAR 

Adagio — Moderato 

Lento — Allegro molto 

Adagio 

Allegro non troppo 

IV 

Gavotte Tendre Paul Hillemacher 

Menuet Claude Debussy 

Capriccio, Opus 8, No. 1 Paul Hindemith 

Hungarian Rhapsody, Opus 68 David Popper 

*Student of Mr. Kaufman in Accompanying 

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The Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 
Ninth Season— 1932-1933 

Sixth Students' Concert 

Tuesday Evening, March 14, 1933, at 8:30 o'cloc\ 

Students of 
MR. SALZEDO AND MISS LAWRENCE 

PROGRAMME 

I 

Variations on a Theme in Ancient Style Carlos Salzedo 

Theme — Double — Tempo di Bourree 
Staccati — Butterfly — Chords and Flux 
Jumps — Trills — Scales and Arpeggios 
Conclusion 

Mary Griffith 

II 

Bourree Johann Sebastian Bach 

1685-1750 

Theme and Variations Josef Haydn 

1732-1809 

Tambourin JeaN'Philippe Rameau 

Eleanor England 1683-1764 

III 

Mirao'e / 

Communion '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. .'.\ ^ARLOS Salzedo 

Margret Brill 

IV 

Introduction and Allegro Maurice Ravel 

(with piano accompaniment) 

Marjorie Call 

Jorge Bolet at the piano 

V 

Impromptu Gabriel Faure 

Reva Reatha 



LYON & HEALY HARPS 

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The Curtis Institute of 

CASIMIR HALL 
Ninth Season— 1932-1933 

GRADUATIO^ 
of 

OB 
Student of Mr. David Saperton 

Seventh Students' Concert 

"Wednesday Evening, March 22. J 933, at 8:30 o'cloc\ 

PROGRAMME 

I 
Chaconne Bach-Busoni 

II 

Variations on the name "Abegg," Opus 1 Robert Schumann 

Barcarolle, Opus 60 Frederic Chopin 

Liebesleid Kreisler-Rachmaninov 

Lisle joyeuse Claude Debussy 

III 
Etudes symphoniques, Opus 13 Robert Schumann 

IV 

Ballade in B minor \ 

Waldesrauschen >■ Franz Liszt 

Etude d'execution transcendante, in F minor ) 

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The Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 
Ninth Season— 1932-1933 

Eighth Students' Concert 

l^\iuysdi,ay Evening, March 30, 1933, at 8:30 o'doc\ 
Students of Mr. Zimbalist 

PROGRAMME 

I 

Concerto in C major Vivaldi-Kreisler 

Allegro energico ma non troppo — Andante doloroso 
Allegro molto 

OSKAR ShUMSKY 

*Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

II 

Concerto, No. 1, in D major NiCCOLO PaGANINI 

Frederick Vogelgesang 
^Florence Frantz at the piano 

III 

First Movement of the Concerto in A minor. Op. 28. .Carl Goldmark 

Allegro moderato 

Felix Slatkin 

^Florence Frantz at the piano 

IV 

Concerto in F sharp minor. Op. 23 HeINRICH ErNST 

EuDiCE Shapiro 
*Florence Frantz at the piano 

V 

Variations on the "Last Rose of Summer" 

for violin alone HeINRICH ErnST 

Franklin Siegfried 

VI 

Concerto in A minor. Op. 82 ALEXANDER GlAZOUNOV 

Moderato — Andante — Allegro 

Charles Jaffe 

*Vladimir Sokoloff 

VII 

Romanze Schumann-Kreisler 

Hora staccato Dinicu-Heifetz 

Hungarian Dance in F minor Brahms-Kreisler 

OsKAR Shumsky 
*Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

♦Student of Mr. Kaufman in accompanying. 
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'he Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 
Ninth Season— 1932-1933 

TRADUATION ReCITAL 

of 
ETHEL STARK, Violinist 

Student of Mme. Luboshutz 
*Ralph Berkowitz at the piano 

Ninth Students' Concert 

Tuesday Evening, April 4, 1933, at 8:30 o'cloc\ 

PROGRAMME 

I 

Siciliano Johann Sebastian Bach 

Fuge TartinI'Kreisler 

Poeme, Opus 25 Ernest Chausson 

II 

Concerto in B minor, Opus 61 SiR EdWARD ElGAR 

Allegro 
Andante 
Allegro molto 

III 

Sevilla Albeniz-Heifetz 

Viennese Leopold Godowsky 

Ipanema Darius Milhaud 

Scherzo Serge Prokofiev 

*Student of Mr. Kaufman in accompanying 
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The Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 
Ninth Season— 1932-1933 

Tenth Students' Concert 

Wednesday Evening, April 5", 1933, at 8:30 o'cloc\ 
Students of Mr. Saperton 

PROGRAMME 
I 

Organ Toccata in C major (Prelude — Adagio — Fuge) BaCH-BuSONI 

Ezra Rachlin 

II 

Sonata in E major. Op. 109 LUDWIG VAN BeETHOVEN 

Richard Goodman 

III 

Doctor Gradus ad Parnassum "| 

The little shepherd [ Claude Debussy 

The snow is dancing J 

Ezra Rachlin 

IV 

Sonata in B minor FrANZ LiSZT 

Jorge Bolet 

V 

Fantasie in F minor, Op. 49 FREDERIC ChOPIN 

Ondine ] 

Alborada del gracioso j Maurice Ravel 

Richard Goodman 

VI 

Le Cygne Saint-Saens-Godowsky 

Polka de W. R Sergei Rachmaninov 

Rondo a capriccio, " Op. 129" LuDwiG van Beethoven 

La Campanella Liszt'Busoni 

Jorge Bolet 

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The Curtis Institute of Music 



CASIMIR HALL 
Ninth Season— 1932-1933 



Eleventh Students' Concert 



Students of 
MR. CONNELL 



Thursday Evening, April 6, 1933 



at 8:30 o'c\oc\ 



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I 

Go down, Moses Negro Spiritual, arranged by J. R. Johnson 

Recitative and Aria: 'Thus saith the Lord" and 

''But who may abide the day of His coming'' 

from the "Messiah" GeORG FrIEDRICH HaNDEL 

Walter Vassar, Baritone 
^Bernard Frank, at the Piano 

II 

A Pastoral Henry Carey 

"Ave Maria" from "Das Feuerkreuz" Max BruCH 

with violoncello obbligato by Orlando Cole** 
Cecelia Thompson, Soprano 
*Bernard Frank, at the Piano 

III 

"Holhsche Schlange"" from the Cantata "Dazu ist 

erschienen der Sohn Gottes" JOHANN SEBASTIAN BaCH 

"In diesen heil'gen Hallen" 

from "Die Zauberflote" WoLFGANG AmADEUS MoZART 

Recitative and Aria: "I rage" and "O ruddier than 

the cherry" from "Acis and Galatea" GeORG FrIEDRICH HanDEL 

Leonard Treash, Bass 
^Bernard Frank, at the Piano 

IV 

Die Ehre Gottes Ludwig van Beethoven 

Die Forelle Franz Schubert 

"Air de Lia" from "L'Enfant prodigue" ClAUDE DebUSSY 

Irene Beamer, Mezzo-contralto 
*Sarah Lewis, at the Piano 

V 

Quartets: Der Abend ] , t> 

^ Fragen j Johannes Brahms 

Cecelia Thompson, Soprano Daniel Healy, Tenor 

Virginia Kendrick, Contralto Walter Vassar, Baritone 

Sylvan Levin, at the Piano 



Programme 

VI 

Hat dich die Liebe beruhrt Joseph Marx 

Hey Diddle Diddle Herbert Hughes 

"Dein bin ich'' from "Der Hirt als Konig .WOLFGANG AmADEUS MoZART 

with violin obbligato by Philip Frank*** 

Elsa Meiskey, Soprano 

*Bernard Frank, at the Piano 

VII 

Auf dem Kirchhofe Johannes Brahms 

El Vito Joaquin Nin 

"E lucevan le stelle" from "Tosca" Giacomo Puccini 

Eugene Ramey, Tenor 
*Sarah Lewis, at the Piano 

VIII 

Die Mainacht Johannes Brahms 

A Warning Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

"In si barbara" from "Semiramide" GlOACCHINO ROSSINI 

Virginia Kendrick, Contralto 
*Sarah Lewis, at the Piano 

IX 

Recitative and Aria: 'If with all your hearts" 

from "Elijah" FeLIX MenDELSSOHN 

Daniel Healy, Tenor 
*Sarah Lewis, at the Piano 

X 

Trios from "Cosi fan tutte" WOLFGANG AmADEUS MoZART 

Eugene Ramey, Tenor Walter Vassar, Baritone Leonard Treash, Bass 
Sylvan Levin, at the Piano 



*Student of Mr. Kaufman in accompanying 
**Graduate student of Mr. Salmond 

***Student of Mr. Zimbalist 



The Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 
Ninth Season— 19324933 

Graduation Recital 

of 

JASCHA BRODSKY 

GEORGE PEPPER 

ISO BRISELLI 

PHILIP FRANK 

Violinists 

Students of Mr. Zimbalist 

Twelfth Students' Concert 

Friday Evening, April 7, 1933, at 8:30 o'cloc\ 

PROGRAMME 
I 

Sonata in D major ViVALDI-ReSPIGHI 

Moderato 
Allegro moderato 
Largo 
Vivace 

Jascha Brodsky 
*Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

II 

Concerto in D minor, Op. 47 JeAN SiBELIUS 

Allegro moderato 
Adagio di molto 
Allegro ma non tanto 
George Pepper 
♦Florence Frantz at the piano 

III 

Concerto, No. 3, in B minor Charles Camille Saint-Saens 

Allegro non troppo 
Andantino quasi allegretto 
Molto moderato e maestoso 
Iso Briselli 
*Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

IV 
Concerto in D major, Op. 3 5 Peter Ilich Tschaikovsky 

Allegro moderato 
Canz,onetta 
Allegro vivacissimo 
Philip Frank 
♦Florence Frantz at the piano 

V 

Carmen Fantaisie Bizet-Sarasate-Zimbalist 

Jascha Brodsky 
*Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

♦Student of Mr. Kaufman in accompanying 
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CASIMIR HALL 



Ninth Season— 1932-1933 



Thirteenth Students' Concert 



Students of 

MISS VAN EMDEN 



Thursday Evening, April 13, 1933 

at 8:30 o'clock 



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Programme 
I 

Aria: "Ihr habt nun Traurigkeit" 

from "Ein Deutsches Requiem" JOHANNES BrAHMS 

Irene Singer, Soprano 

assisted by 

Inez Gorman, Soprano *Daniel Healy, Tenor 

Charlotte Daniels, Mezzo'soprano ^Walter Vassar, Baritone 

**DoNALD Wilcox, at the Organ 

II 

Aria: "Panis Angelicus" from "Messe Solennelle" CeSAR FrANCK 

Donald Wilcox, at the Organ 

"Mutter, O sing mich zur Ruh' " Robert Franz 

Friihlingsnacht Robert Schumann 

Aria : "Adieu, forets" from "Jeanne d'Arc" • Peter Ilich Tschaikovsky 

Charlotte Daniels, Mezzo-soprano 
***Eugene Helmer, at the Piano 

III 

Gefunden Ezra Rachlin 

Le Nil Xavier Leroux 

Le Papillon Felix Fourdrain 

Aria: "Und ob die Wolke" 

from "Der Freischutz" CaRL MaRIA VON WeBER 

Inez Gorman, Soprano 
***Vladimir Sokoloff, at the Piano 

IV 

Nachtgebet Joseph Marx 

"Immer leiser wird mein Schlummer" } ^ „ 

Botschaft f Johannes Brahms 

Aria: "Pace, pace mio Dio"from "La Forza del Destine"- Giuseppe Verdi 

Irene Singer, Soprano 

Vladimir Sokoloff, at the Piano 

V 

Das Wandern { p „ 

Der Tod und das Madchen ) 

Hopak MODESTE MOUSSORGSKY 

Sorrow Alexander Dargomijsky 

"Christ is Risen" Sergei Rachmaninov 

Aria : "Je connais un pauvre enfant" from "Mignon" • Ambroise Thomas 

Irra Petina, Mezzo-soprano 

Eugene Helmer, at the Piano 



*Stvident of Mr. Connell 
**Student of Mr. Germani 
***Student of Mr. Kaufman in accompanying 



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The Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 
Ninth Season— 1932-1933 

Fourteenth Students' Concert 

Tuesday Evening, April 25, J933, at S.iO o'cloc\ 

Students of 
MADAME VENGEROVA 



PROGRAMME 
I 

Sonata in C minor, Op. 13 LUDWIG Van BeETHOVEN 

Grave 

Adagio cantabile 

Rondo: Allegro 

Sol Kaplan 

II 

Sonata in B minor. Op. 58 FREDERIC ChOPIN 

Allegro maestoso 
Scherzo: Molto vivace 
Largo 

Finale: Presto non tanto 
Zadel Skolovsky 

III 

First Movement from the Concerto 

in A minor, Op. 54 ROBERT SCHUMANN 

Allegro affettuoso 

Sol Kaplan 

Orchestral accompaniment played on a second piano by ^Florence Frantz 

IV 

Impromptu in F sharp major, Op. 36 I FREDERIC ChOPIN 

Polonaise in E flat minor. Op. 26, No. 2 j 

Papillons Robert Schumann 

Gnomenreigen Franz Liszt 

Cecille Geschichter 

V 

First Movement from the Concerto 

in B flat minor, Op. 23 PeTER IlICH TsCHAIKOVSKY 

Andante non troppo e molto maestoso 

Zadel Skolovsky 

Orchestral accompaniment played on a second piano by Florence Frantz 

*Graduate student of Mad.ame Vengerova 
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The Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 
Ninth Season— 1932-1933 

Fifteenth Students' Concert 

V\/ednesday Evening, April 26, 1933, at 8:30 o'cloc\ 

Students of Mr. Salmond 
*Ralph Berkowitz, at the Piano 

PROGRAMME 
I 

Sonata No. 1 in G minor GeORG FrIEDRICH HaNDEL 

Grave 
Allegro 

Sarabande — Largo 
Allegro 
Samuel Mayes 

II 

Adagio and Allegro LuiGi Boccherini 

Howard Mitchell 

III 

Variations Symphoniques, Op. 23 Leon Boellmann 

Victor Gottlieb 

IV 
Bourree and Gigue from Suite in C majoi . . . .Johann Sebastian Bach 

for violoncello alone 
Samuel Mayes 

V 

Concerto No. 1 in A Minor, Op. 33 . . . .Ch.\RLES C.'MvIILLE SainT-SaeNS 

Howard Mitchell 

VI 

Schelomo: Rhapsodie Hebraique Ernest Bloch 

Orchestral score set for two pianos by Ralph Berkowitz 

*Florence Frantz at the second piano 

Victor Gottlieb 

•Student of Mr. K.\upman in accompanying 
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The Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 
Ninth Season— 1932-1933 

Sixteenth Students' Concert 

Tuesday Evening, May 2, 1933, at 8:30 o'cloc\ 

Students of 
Mr. Tabuteau in Wind Ensemble 



Bassoons 



PROGRAMME 

I 

Pastorale Variee, dans le style ancien, Op. 30 Gabriel Pierne 

for Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Trumpet, Horn and two Bassoons 

JosPEH Mariano, Flute Robert Hartman, Clarinet 

Harold Gomberg, Oboe Samuel Krauss, Trumpet 

SuxE Johnson, Horn 
Andrew Luck } 
Carl Bowman \ 

II 

Suite Persane Andre Caplet 

for two Flutes, two Oboes, two Clarinets, two Horns and two Bassoons 

I Scharki 

II Niharvend 

Leon Lester 

Robert Hartman 

^, SuNE Johnson 

Oboes ■' 



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Flutes 



Emil Opava 
Albert Tipton f 

Arno Mariotti 

Rhadames Angelucci 



Clarinets 



Horns 



Ernani Angelucci 
Andrew Luck ) r> 
Carl Bowman } ^'"^^""^ 

III 
Caprice on Danish and Russian Airs, Op. 79 

Ch.'VRLEs Cakiille SainT'Saens 

for Flute, Oboe, Clarinet and Piano 

Ardelle Hookins, flute 
Arno Mariotti, Oboe 
Leon Lester. Clarinet 
Sarah Lewis, Piano 

IV 

Divertissement, Op. 36 Emile Bern.'\rd 

for two Flutes, two Oboes, two Clarinets, two Horns and two Bassoons 
Emil Opava 1 c, ^ Robert Hartman ] ^i *. 

JosPEH Mariano ( ^'"'" Leon Lester f Clarinets 

Arno Mariotti \ qu . Sune Johnson ] 

John Minsker ) "^ Ernani Angelucci ( 
Andrew Luck ] 
Carl Bowman ^ 



Horns 



Bassoons 



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CASIMIR HALL 
Ninth Season— 1932-1933 



Seventeenth Students' Concert 



Students of 

de gogorza 



*EUGENE HeLMER 

and 
*Vladimir Sokoloff, at the Piano 



Thursday Evening, May 4, 1933 

at 8:30 o'doc\ 



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Programme 
I 

Honor and Arms Georg Friedrich Handel 

Abrasha Robofsky 

II 

The Bird of the Wilderness Edward Horsman 

"Una voce poco fa" from "II Barbiere di Siviglia" GlOACCHINO ROSSINI 

Carol Deis// 

III 

"Possenti Numi" from "II Flauto Magico" .WOLFGANG AmADEUS MoZART 

Der Doppelganger Franz Schubert 

"■Sous les pieds d'une femme"''' from "La Reine de Saba" 

Charles FRANgois Gounod 
Eugene Loewenthal 

IV 

Le Temps des Lilas Ernest Chausson 

with accompaniment by the **Casimir Quartet 
Charles Jaffe ] -. ,. ,. Alvin Dinkin, Viola 

Fellx Slatkin ( vioiin5 Victor Gottlieb, Violoncello 

"Dich, theure Halle" from "Tannhauser" Richard Wagner 

Agnes Davis 

V 

"Farewell and Death" from "Boris Godounov" . .Modeste Moussorgsky 

Abrasha Robofsky 



?^'ivliss Deis did not sing 



Programme 

VI 

''Roman2;a di Milio" from "Zaza" ]_, _ 

. , . . RuGGiERO Leoncavallo 

Mattinata . 3 

FioRENzo Tasso 

VII 

"Jesu, joy of man's desiring"' JoHANN Sebastian Bach 

Anakreon's Grab Hugo Wolf 

Over the Steppe Alexander Gretchaninov 

My Old Nag Ned Old English 

Benjamin de Loache 

VIII 

Freundliche Vision Richard Strauss 

Mausfallen'Spriichlein , Hugo Wolf 

La Chevelure Claude Debussy 

L'Enigme Eternelle Maurice Ravel 

A Memory Blair Fairchild 

Mayday Carol Traditional Air 

arranged by Deems Taylor 

Piesnia Lubashi Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov 

Ruth Carhart 

IX 

Duet: ''Gia nella nottc densa" from "Otello" Giuseppe Verdi 

Agnes Davis 
FiORENZo Tasso 



*Student of Mr. Kaufman in accompanying 
**Students of Dr. Bailly in chamber music 



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The Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 
Ninth Season— 1932-1933 

Eighteenth Students' Concert 

Wednesday Evening, May 17, 1933, at 8:30 o'clock 

StuieniB of MR. HOFMANN 

PROGRAMME 

I 

Organ Concerto Wilhelm Friedemann Bach 

arranged for piano by August Stradal 

First Valse Caprice, Op. 30 Gabriel Faure 

"^ATIANA DE SaNZEWITCH 
II 

Tema con variazioni Alessandro Scarlatti 

Aria from Sonata in C minor Giovanni Battista Martini 

Toccata in C minor BENEDETTO MaRCELLO 

Intermezzo, Op. 118, No. 1 



_, . . , Johannes Brahms 

Capriccio, Op. 76, No. 1 

Etude-tableau in A minor. Op. 39, No. 6, 

Sergei Rachmaninoff 



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Moment musical in E minor. Op. 16, No. 4 

Martha Halbwachs 

III 
Sonata in D major, Op. 53 FrANZ ScHUBERT 

Allegro vivace 

Con moto 

Scherzo: Allegro vivace 

Rondo: Allegro moderato 

Rigaudon and Menuet from "Le tombeau de Coupen'n" \ ^ , „ 

All J 1 , . { Maurice Ravel 

Alborada del gracioso ) 

Nadia Reisenberg 

IV 

Etudes symphoniques, Op. 13 Robert Schumann 

Nocturne in E minor, Op. 72, No. 1 FreDERIC Chopin 

Islamay Mily Balakirev 

Shura Cherkassky 



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TH£ CURTIS INSTITUTE OF i^iUSIC 
Casirair Hall 
Ninth Season 1952-1953 
NINETiiiNTH STUDENTS' CONCERT 
Tuesday Afternoon, May 25, 1953, at 4 o'clock 
Students of 
MR, SALZEDO AND MISS LAwRENCn. 

PRUG RnivliviE 
1 

Le bon petit roi d'lvetot Marcel Grandjany 

. Introspection. •• ...•«. Carlos Salzedo 

BESSIE GOODldAN 

11 

Rigaudon Jean-Philippe Raraeau 

1363-1764 

Sarabande • Francois Couperin 

1668-1753' 

Solf eggietto Karl Phili op Emanuel Bach 

1714-1768 
Gavotte from "Iphigenia in Aulis". Christ ophe Y«illibald von 
ARIEL PERRY Gluck 1714-1787 

111 

Chanson dans la nuit ) Carios Salzedo 

La De sirade } 

REINHARDT ELSTER 

IV 

Impromptu Gabriel Faure 

INEZ BRETLEY 

V 

Danses • Claude Debussy 

(with piano accompaniment) 
Dejise Sacree 
Danse Profane 
IvlARYJANE IvlAYHSV 
CARLOS SALZEDO at the piano 

VI 

Five Poetical Studies Carlos Salzedo 

Flight 
Mirage 
Idyllic Poem 
Communion 
MARJORIE TYRE 

Lyon & Healy Harps 
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The Curtis Institute of Music 



CASIMIR HALL 
Ninth Season— 1932-1933 



Twentieth Students' Concert 



Siudenfs of 

SYLVAN LEVIN at the Piano 



Wednesday Evening, May 24, 1933 

at 8:^0 o'clock 



The Steinway is the official piano of The Curtis Institute of Music 



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Programme 



I 

Tu lo sai Giuseppe Torelli 

Songs of Grusia Sergei Rachmaninoff 

Paceli Diamond 



II 

Aria from The Ode on St. Cecelia's Day GeORG FrIEDRICH HaNDEL 

v^ith flute obbligato by Ardelle Hookins* 

Le Rossignol Ch.arles Camille Saint-Saens 

with organ accompaniment by Donald Wilcox** 

Margaret Codd 



III 

Ein Schwan I„ ^ 

^T7- 1 1X7 1-1 > Ed yard Grieg 

With a Water-Illy j 

Ruth Gordon 



IV 

Und gestern hat er mir Rosen gebracht Joseph Marx 

Botschaft Johannes Brahms 

Henrietta Horle 

V 

Duet from Lakme CleMENT DeLIBES 

Margaret Codd and Ruth Gordon 



VI 

Aria: "O don fatale" from Don Carlo Giuseppe Verdi 

Paceli Diamond 



Programme 



VII 

Aria : ''Hymn to the Sun" NICHOLAS RlMSKY-KoRSAKOV 

from Le Coq d'Or 

Henrietta Horle 



VIII 

Aria: "Amour, viens aider" Charles Camille Saint-Saens 

from Samson et Dalila 

Ruth Gordon 



IX 

Duet: "Mira, O Norma" from Norma Vincenzo Bellini 

Henrietta Horle and Rose Bampton 



X 

Aria : "Come per me sereno" from La Sonnambula . . . ViNCENZO Bellini 

Margaret Codd 



XI 

Aria : "Qui volo airaffanno" from Cenerentola . . . GiOACCHiNO Rossini 

Rose Bampton 



XII 

Trio from Der Rosenkavalier RiCHARD StRAUSS 

Rose Bampton, Margaret Codd and Henrietta Horle 



*Student of Mr. Kincaid 
**Student of Mr. Germani 



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ACADEMY OF MUSIC 

Monday evening, UecemDCP 19, 1932 
at 8.30 o'clock 

Ppoqpam 

Academic Festival Overture Brahms 

Concerto for Viola in B minor Handel 

I. Allegro moderato 
II. Andante ma non troppo 
III. Allegro molto 

Max AronofF, soloist 

Italian Symphony No. 4, A major, Opus 90 Mendelssohn 

I. Allegro vivace 
II. Andante con moto 

III. Con moto moderato 

IV. Saltarello-Presto 

Die Meistersinger Wagner 

Prelude to third Act 

Dance of Apprentices and Finale of third Act 

Tannhauser Overture Wagner 



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THE PENNSYLVANIA MUSEUM OF ART 
1932-1933 

Fifth Season of Chamber Music Concerts 

by Artist'Students 
of 

The Curtis Institute of Music 

Under the artistic direction of Dr. Louis Bailly 
J^ovemher 13, at 8.1 S o'doc\ 

PROGRAMME 

String Quartet in B flat major W. A. MoZART 

Allegro moderato ' 

Andante 

Menuetto — Allegretto 

Allegretto ma non troppo 

Curtis String Quartet 
Jascha Brodsky Max Aronoff 

Benjamin Sharlip Orlando Cole 



Credo from Othello G. VeRDI 

The Seminarian M. P. Moussorgsky 

The Flea M. P. Moussorgsky 

G'wine to Hebb'n Jacque Wolf 

Abrasha Robofsky 
Eugene Helmer at the Piano 



String Quartet, Op. 132 L. van Beethoven 

Assai sostenuto — Allegro. 

Allegro ma non tanto. 

Molto adagio — Andante (Sacred song of gratitude to God by one who 

has recovered health, in Lydian mode). 
Alia Marcia, assai vivace — Allegro appassionato. 
Curtis String Quartet 



The next concert will he given on December 11, 1932 
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THE PENNSYLVANIA MUSEUM OF ART 
1932-1933 

Fifth Season of Chamber Music Concerts 

by Artist- Students 
of 

The Curtis Institute of Music 

Under the artistic direction of Dr. Louis B.\illy 
December 11, at 8.1 S o'cloc\ 

PROGRAMME 

Concert for Piano and Violin Soli with String Quartet, Op. 21, 

E. Chausson 

Decide 

Sicilienne 

Grave 

Finale (Tres anime) 

Soloists 
Jennie Robinor Oskar Shumsky 

String Sluartet 
George Pepper Louis Vyner 

Jack Pepper Orlando Cole 

French Songs XVII Century 

Ce moys de may. Jannequin 

Las je n'yray plus. . . Costeley 

Mignonne, allon voir si la roze. . . Costeley 

11 n'est plaisir... Jannequin 

Connell Vocal iluartet 
Celia Thompson Daniel Healy 

Irene Beamer Leonard Treash 

Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 for Flute, Violin, Piano Soli and 

Strings Ensemble J. o. DACH 

Allegro 

Affettuoso 

Allegro 

Soloists 

Ardelle Hookins, Eudice Shapiro, Jennie Robinor 

Strings Ensemble 

George Pepper, Abe Burg. Franklin Siegfried, Nathan Snader, 

Louis Vyner, Robert Levine, Rowland Cresswell, Joseph Druian, 

Gilbert Eney, Carl Torello 

Conductor, Dr. Louis Bailly 



The next concert will he given on January 29, 1933 



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THE PENNSYLVANIA MUSEUM OF ART 
1932-1933 

Fifth Season of Chamber Music Concerts 

by Artist-Students 
of 

The Curtis Institute of Music 

Under the artistic direction of Dr. Louis Bailly 
January 29, at 8.15 o'doc\ 

PROGRAMME 

Quartet — Op. 47 in E-flat major for Piano, Violin, Viola and Violoncello, 

Sostenuto assai — Allegro ma non troppo SCHUMANN 

Scherzo — Molto vivace 

Andante cantabile 

Finale — Vivace 
Yvonne Krinsky, Piano Leonard Mogill, Viola 

Philip Frank, Vioh'n Howard Mitchell, Violoncello 



Concerto — Op. 3, No. 6, in A minor for Violin Solo and Strings Ensemble, 

Allegro Vivaldi 

Largo 

Presto 

Violin solo — Philip Frank 



Charles Jaffe 
Abe Burg 
Marian Head 
Franklin Siegfried 
Felix Slatkin 
Eva Stark 

Simon Asin 
Alvin Dinkin 
Walter Riediger 



Rowland Cresswell 
Joseph Druian 
Violins Sammy Mayes 

Carl Torello ] 

William Valentine j 

Violas Eugene Helmer, Ptano 

Conductor — Dr. Louis Bailly 



Violoncellos 



-Double Basses 



String Sextet — Op. 36 in G major Brahms 

Allegro non troppo 
Scherzo — Allegro non troppo 
Poco adagio 
Poco allegro 



Jack Pepper 
James Bloom 



'Violins 



Virginia MajewskiIyj.^j^^ 
Leonard Mogill 



OrlandoCole Ivioloncellc 



Howard Mitchell 



The next concert will he given on March 5, 1933 



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1932-1933 

Fifth Season of Chamber Music Concerts 

hy Students of 

The Curtis Institute of Music 

Under the artistic direction of Dr. Louis Bailly 
Sunday evening, March 5th, at 8.15 o'cloc\ 

The concert is opened by the Horner Fanfare 
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PROGRAMME 

Quintet for strings, Opus 29 BeETHOVEN 

Allegro moderato 
Adagio molto espressivo 
Scherzo: Allegro 
Presto 

Lily Matison I ,, , Virginia Majewski ),,. , 

,, TT (-Violins . „ yViolas 

Marian Head j Arthur Granick J 

Victor Gottlieb — Violoncello 

La Joyeuse Rameau 

Gavotte Martini 

Fraicheur Salzedo 

Spanish dance No. 5 Granados 

La Cathedrale engloutie Debussy 

Inez Bretley Bessie Goodman 

Margret Brill Mary Griffith 

Marjorie Call Maryjane Mayhew 

Reinhardt Elster Ariel Perry 

Eleanor England Reva Reatha 

Marjorie Tyre 
Harp ensemble conducted by Carlos Salzedo 

Quintet for piano and strings, Opus 5 in E minor SiNDING 

Allegro ma non troppo 

Andante 

Intermezzo 

Finale 

James Bloom "),,. ,. Arthur Granick — Viola 

■violins 



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Felix Slatkin j Victor Gottlieb — Violoncello 

Zadel Skolovsky — Piano 



The next, and final, concert will he given on April 9, 1933 



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THE PENNSYLVANIA MUSEUM OF ART 
1932-1933 

Fifth Season of Chamber Music Concerts 

by Students of 

The Curtis Institute of Music 

Under the artistic direction of Dr. Louis Bailly 
Sunday evening, April 9th, at 8: IS o'cloc\ 

The concert is opened by the Horner Fanfare 
PROGRAMME 

Quartet for strings, Op. 18, No. 2 in G major BeETHOVEN 

Allegro 

Adagio cantabile 

Scherzo 

Allegro molto quasi presto 

Philip Frank }-.r. ,. Leonard Mogill, Viola 

}. Violins 
Charles Jaffe) Howard Mitchell. Violoncello 



Fantaisie in F minor. Op. 49 Chopin 

Capriccio, Op. 28, No. 3 Dohnanyi 

JeaN'Marie Robinault, Piano 

Passacagha for an ensemble of Violins and Violas .... HaNDEL'HalVORSEN 

Violins Violas 

James Bloom Max Aronofp 

Abe Burg Simon Asin 

Celia Gomberg Ruth Bagen 

Marian Head Gabriel Braverman 

Charles Jaffe Alvin Dinkin 

Lily Matison Arthur Granick 

Jack Pepper Virginia Majewski 

EuDiCE Shapiro Leonard Mogill 

Benjamin Sharlip Fred Rosenberg 

Felix Slatkin Louis Vyner 
Nathan Snader 
Jean Spitzer 
Ethel Stark 

Conducted by Dr. Louis Bailly 

Overture on Yiddish Themes, Op. 34, for Piano, Clarinet 

and String Quartet PrOKOFIEFF 

JeaN'Marie Robinault, Piano 

Leon Lester, Clarinet 

Philip Frank ).;•. 7. Leonard Mogill, Viola 

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Charles Jaffe J Howard Mitchell, Violoncello 

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Westtown, Pennsylvania 
Saturday Evening, October 8, 1932, at 7.30 o'cloc\ 



The Curtis Institute of Music 

ARTIST-STUDENTS 
*George Pepper, Violinist 
**Cecille Geschichter, Pianist 
***Walter Vassar, Baritone 
****Ralph Berkowitz, Accompanist 

PROGRAMME 

I. First Movement from the "Symphonic Espagnole" Edouard Lalo 

Allegro non troppo 
Mr. Pepper 

II. First and Last Movements from the "Appassionata" Sonata, 

LuDwiG VAN Beethoven 
Opus 57 
Allegro assai 

Allegro ma non troppo — Presto 
Miss Geschichter 

III. Zueignung Richard Strauss 

Tre Giorni Giovanni Pergolesi 

"Largo al factotum" from "II Barbiere di Siviglia". . .Gioacchino Rossini 

Mr. Vassar 

IV. Chanson Louis XIII and Pavane Couperin-Kreisler 

Hungarian Dance Brahms-Kreisler 

Sicihano and Rigaudon Francoeur-Kreisler 

Mr. Pepper 

V. Berceuse, D flat major. Opus 57 Frederic Chopin 

Walts in D flat. Opus 64, No. 1 Frederic Chopin 

Scherzo in B flat minor. Opus 31 Frederic Chopin 

Miss Geschichter 

VI. Deep River Henry Thacker Burleigh 

De ol' ark's a-moverin' David W. Guion 

Were you there Charles F. Manney 

Gwine to Hebb'n Jacques Wolfe 

Mr. Vassar 

*Pupil of Mr. Zimbalist 
**Pupil of Madame Vengerova 
***Pupil of Mr. Connell 
****Pupil of Mr. Kaufm.an 

The Steinway is the official piano of The Curtis Institute oj Music 



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THE PEDDIE SCHOOL 

HiGHTSTOWN, New Jersey 
Saturday Evening, October 15, 1932, at 7.30 o'cloc\ 



The Curtis Institute of Music 

ARTIST-STUDENTS 
*Marian Head, Violinist 
**JoSEPH Levine, Pianist 
***Henrietta Horle, Soprano 
****Sarah Lewis, Accompanist 

PROGRAMME 

I. First and Second Movements of Suite in E major. 

Opus 11 Carl Goldmark 

Allegro 

Andante sostenuto 
Miss Head 

II. Polonaise in A major. Opus 40, No. 1 Frederic Chopin 

Valse in D flat major. Opus 64, No. 1 Frederic Chopin 

Etude in C minor. Opus 10, No. 12 Frederic Chopin 

Mr. Levine 

III. Stornellata marinara Pietro Cimara 

Here Beauty Dwells Sergei Rachmaninoff 

Serenade Espagnole, "Ouvre ton Coeur" Georges Bizet 

Miss Horle 

IV. Minuet Porpora-Kreisler 

Lotus Land Scott-Kreisler 

Hungarian Poem, No. 6 Jeno-Hubay 

Miss Head 

V. Isolden's Liebestod Wagner-Liszt 

La Campanella Franz Liszt 

Mr. Levine 

VI. Tell me, O Blue, Blue Sky! Vittorio Giannini 

Lazy Song Corinne Lawson 

"Musetta's Waltz Song" from "La Boheme" Giacomo Puccini 

Miss Horle 

•Student of Madame Luboshutz 
**Student of Mr. Josef Hopmann 
***Student of Miss Mario 
****Student of Mr. Kaufman in Accompanying 

The Steinway is the official piano of The Curtis Institute of Music 



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URSINUS COLLEGE 

COLLEGEVILLE, PENNSYLVANIA 

Thursday Evening, October 27, 1932, at 8.00 o'cloc\ 



The Curtis Institute of Music 

ARTIST-STUDENTS 

*Celia Gomberg, Violinist 
** Jorge Bolet, Pianist 
***Paceli Diamond, Soprano 
****EuGENE Helmer, Accompanist 

PROGRAMME 

I. Fugue in A major Tartini-Kreisler 

Gypsy Caprice Fritz Kreisler 

Romanza Andaluza Pablo de Sarasate 

Miss Gomberg 

II. Des Abends Robert Schumann 

Aufschwung Robert Schumann 

Fabel Robert Schumann 

Ende vom Lied Robert Schumann 

Mr. Bolet 

III. Manola Pietro Cimara 

The Soldier's Bride (sung in Russian) Sergei Rachmaninoff 

Chanson d' Amour Ernest Chausson 

"Mon coeur s'ouvre a ta voix" from "Samson et DaUla," 

Miss Diamond Camille Saint-Saens 

IV. Hebrew Melody Achron-Auer 

La Capricciosa Franz Ries 

Pavane pour une Infante defunte Maurice Ravel 

Perpetuum Mobile Ottokar Novacek 

Miss Gomberg 

V. Andaluza Manuel de Falla 

Tango Albeniz-Godowsky 

Etude in A flat major, Op. 1, No. 2 Paul de Schlozer 

Mr. Bolet 

VI. Blue are Her Eyes. Wintter Watts 

The Three Cavaliers Kurt Schindler 

The Faltering Dusk A. Walter Kramer 

The Great Awakening A. Walter Kramer 

Miss Diamond 

•Student of Madame Lea Luboshutz 
**Student of Mr. David Saperton 
***Student of Miss H.^rriet van Emden 
****Student of Mr. Harry Kaufman in Accompanying 

The Steinway is the official piano of The Curtis Institute oj Music 



WESTERN MARYLAND COLLEGE 

Westminster, Maryland 
Friday Evening, J^ovemher 4, 1932, at 8 o'cloc\ 



The Curtis Institute of Music 

ARTIST-STUDENTS 

*Philip Frank, Violinist 
**JosEPH Levine, Pianist 
***Elsa Meiskey, Soprano 
****Bernard Frank, Accompanist 

PROGRAMME 

I. Praeludium und Allegro Pugnani-Kreisler 

Berceuse ToR AULIN 

Puck Grieg-Achron 

Mr. Frank 

II. Chaconne Bach-Busoni 

"Choir of the Dervishes" Beethoven-Saint-Saens 

from "The Ruins of Athens" 
Mr. Levine 

III. Still wie die nacht Karl Bohm 

Standchen Richard Strauss 

"Ritorna vincitor" from "Aida" Giuseppe Verdi 

Mrs. Meiskey 

IV. Malagueiia Albeniz-Kreisler 

Improvisation on a Japanese Tune Efrem Zimbalist 

Le Zephir Jeno Hubay 

Mr. Frank 

V. Etude in C minor (Revolutionary) Frederic Chopin 

Berceuse, Opus 57 Frederic Chopin 

Valse in D flat major, (Minute) Frederic Chopin 

Polonaise in A major (Militaire) Frederic Chopin 

. Mr. Levine 

VI. To the Sun Pearl Curran 

Charming Chloe Edward German 

My Lover he comes on the Skee Henry Clough-Leighter 

Take Joy Home Karolyn Wells Bassett 

Mrs. Meiskey 

•Student of Mr. Eprem Zimbalist 

**Student of Mr. Josef Hopmann 

***Student of Mr. Horatio Connell 

****Student of Mr. Harry Kaufman in Accompanying 



The Steinway is the official piano of The Curtis Institute 0/ Music 



THE NEW CENTURY CLUB 

Wilmington, Delaware 
Monday Evening, Jslovemher 14, 1932, at 8: IS o'cloc\ 



*LiLY Matison, Violinist 
**Daniel Healy, Tenor 
***Vladimir Sokoloff, Accompanist 

of 
The Curtis Institute of Music 

PROGRAMME 

I. First Movement of the "Symphonie Espagnole" Edouard Lalo 

Allegro non troppo 
Miss Matison 

II. O del mio amato ben Stefano Donaudy 

"Siegmund's Love Song" from "Die Walkiire" Richard Wagner 

L'Heure exquise Reynaldo Hahn 

Mr. Healy 

III. Cinq Pieces Alexandre Tansman 

Toccata 

Chanson et boite a musique 

Mouvement perpetuel 

Aria 

Basso ostinato 

Miss Matison 

IV. "Where'c'er You Walk" from "Semele" George Frederic Handel 

m Sing Thee Songs of Araby Frederic Clay 

Passing By Old English 

Mr. Healy 

V. Air Johann Mattheson 

Nocturne LiLl Boulanger 

Tonada Murciana Nin-Kochanski 

Piece en forme de Habanera Maurice Ravel 

Miss Matison 

VI. The Minstrel Boy Old Irish 

Molly Bawn Old Irish 

Tm not Myself at all Old Irish 

Mr. Healy 

'Graduate Student of Mr. Edwin Bachmann 
•'Graduate Student of Mr. Hor-^tio Connell 
***Student of Mr. Harry Kaufm.an in Accompanying 

The Steinwat is the official piano of The Curtis Institute of Music 



WOMAN'S CLUB OF ARDMORE 

Ardmore, Pennsylvania 
Friday Afternoon, Islovemher 18, 1932, at 2:30 o'cloc\ 



*RuTH Carhart, Contralto 
**James Bloom, Violinist 
***Vladimir Sokoloff, Accompanist 

of 

The Curtis Institute of Music 
PROGRAMME 

I. Limitation au Voyage Henri Duparc 

Psyche EMILE Paladilhe 

Romance Claude Debussy 

Le Papillon Felix Fourdrain 

Miss Carhart 

II. Praeludium and Allegro Pugnani-Kreisler 

Dirge of the North Bologh-Kreisler 

Ipanema Darius Milhaud 

Mr. Bloom 

III. Anakreon's Grab Hugo Wolf 

Mausfallen-spriichlein Hugo Wolf 

Feldeinsamkeit Johannes Brahms 

Standchen Johannes Brahms 

Miss Carhart 

IV. Jota DE Falla-Kochanski 

Serenade Espagnole Chaminade-Kreisler 

Tonada Murciana Nin-Kochanski 

Mr. Bloom 

V. Elegy Louis Campbell-Tipton 

Who'll buy my Lavender? Edward German 

Colored Toys John Alden Carpenter 

At the Well Richard Hageman 

Miss Carhart 

VI. Air de Lensky Tschaikowsky-Auer 

Introduction et Tarantelle Pablo de Sarasate 

Mr. Bloom 

*Student of Mr. Emilio de Gogorza 
**Student of Mme. Lea Luboshutz 
***Student of Mr. Harry Kaufman in Accompanying 

The Steinway is che official piano of The Curtis Institute oj Music 



Claymont Special District Public School 

Claymont, Delaware 
Wednesday Afternoon, 7<lovemher 23, 1932, at 2.30 O'cloc\ 



♦Walter Vassar, Baritone 
**THE ELBEE QUARTET 



Lily Matison "i Virginia Majewski, Viola 

Marian Head f^^ohns Victor Gottlieb, Violoncello 
***SiGANA Sornborger, Accomjpanist 

of 

The Curtis Institute of Music 



PROGRAMME 

I. Passing By Edward Purcell 

Oh, Mistress Mine Arthur Sullivan 

Danny Deever Walter Damrosch 

Mr. Vassar 

11. First Movement of String Quartet, Opus 74. . . .Ludwig van Beethoven 

Poco adagio — Allegro 

The Mill Joseph Joachim Raff 

Berceuse, B minor Mazimilien d'Osten-Sacken 

The Elbee Quartet 

INTERMISSION 

III. Two Movements from String Quartet No. 2, D major. Alexander Borodin 

Scherzo 

Nocturne 

The Elbee Quartet 

IV. Deep River Henry Thacker Burleigh 

De oV ark's a'moverin' David W. Guion 

Water Boy Avery Robinson 

Gwine to Hebb'n Jacques Wolfe 

Mr. Vassar 



* Student of Mr. Horatio Connell 
** Students of Dn. Louis Bailly in Chamber Music 
•** Student of Mr. Harry Kaufman in Accompanying 



The Steinway is the official piano of the Curtis Institute of Music 



UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE 

Mitchell Hall 
Newark, Delaware 

Auspices: NEWARK MUSIC SOCIETY 
Saturday Evening, December 3, 1932, at 8 o'cloc\ 



*LiLY Matison, Violinist 
**HowARD Mitchell, Violoncellist 
***WiLLiAM Harms, Pianist 
****Ralph Berkowitz, Accompanist 

of 
The Curtis Institute of Music 

PROGRAMME 

I. Sonata No. 4, in D major George Frederick Handel 

Adagio 
Allegro 
Larghetto 
Allegro 
Miss Matison 

II. Chaconne Bach-Busoni 

Mr. Harms 

III. Arioso JoHANN Sebastian Bach 

Sonata in G minor (1st and 2nd Movements) Henry Eccles 

Grave 

Courante 

Sicilienne Maria Theresia von Paradis 

Mr. Mitchell 

IV. Romance Henri Wieniawski 

Nocturne LiLi Boulanger 

Tonada Murciana Nin-Kochanski 

Miss Matison 

V. Elegie Gabriel Faure 

Piece en Forme de Habanera Maurice Ravel 

Allegro Appassionato Charles Camille SainT'Saens 

Mr. Mitchell 

VI. Clair de Lune Claude Debussy 

Danse Rituelle du Feu Manuel de Falla 

Caprice Espagnol MoRlTZ Moszkowski 

Mr. Harms 

♦Graduate Student of Mr. Edwin Bachmann ***Student of Mr. Josef Hopmann 

•*Student of Mr. Felix Salmond **** Student of Mr. Harry Kaufman in Accompanying 

The Steinway is the official piano of the Curtis Institute op Music 



SLEIGHTON FARM 

Darlington, Pennsylvania 
Sunday Evening, December 4, 1932, at 7.30 o'doc\ 



*Ine2 Gorman, Soprano 
**Jean Spitzer, Violinist 
***EuGENE Ramey, Tenor 
****EuGENE Helmer, Accompanist 
of 

The Curtis Institute of Music 

PROGRAMME 

I. My Lovely Celia "k 

Plague of Love > Old English 

Phillis Has Such Charming Graces } 

Miss Gorman 

II. Variations on a Theme by Corelli Tartini-Kreisler 

Nigun Ernest Bloch 

Frasquita Fritz Kreisler 

Miss Spitzer 

III. Blue are her Eyes Wintter Watts 

Do not go. My Love Richard Hageman 

Nocturne Pearl Curran 

Love Went A'Riding Frank Bridge 

Mr. Ramey 

IV. Jeunes Fillettes (Bergerette) Arranged by J. B.Weckerlin 

Chantons les amours de Jean. . .(Bergerette) Arranged by J. B.Weckerlin 
Flower Song from "Faust" Charles Franqois Gounod 

Miss Gorman 

V. Andante from the "Symphonie Espagnole" Edouard Lalo 

La Gitana Fritz Kreisler 

Ipanema Darius Milhaud 

Miss Spitzer 



VI. Somebody's knockin' at yo' Do' l 

It's me, O Lord ( XTi^r-Dr, <;ididi-t-ii»t c 

TN •. 1 . 1- 1 1 I 1 !• iNEGRO spirituals 

Dere s no hidin place down dere 

Lit'le David play on yo' Harp 

Mr. Ramey 



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♦Student of Miss Harriet van Emden 
**Student of Madame Lea Luboshutz 
***Student of Mr. Horatio Connell 
****Studcnt of Mr. Harry Kaufman in Accompanying 

The Steinway is the official piano of The Curtis Institute of Music 



GEORGE SCHOOL 

George School, Pennsylvania 
Saturday Evening, January 7, J 933, at 8 o'Cloc\ 



*Eugene Ramey, Tenor 
**Iso Briselli, Violinist 
***Paceli Dl'MvIONd, Soprano 
****Sigana Sornborger, Accompanist 

of 

The Curtis Institute of Music 

PROGRAMME 

I. Nell Gabriel Faure 

Chanson triste Henri Duparc 

mVito ^^""°" GMeg^i j^^^^^,^ ^j^ 

Mr. Ramey 

II. Fugue in A major Tartini-Kreisler 

Andantino irom Concerto in B minor, Opus 61, 

Charles Camille Saint-Saens 
Mr. Briselli 

III. Verborgenheit Hugo Wolf 

Frijhlingszeit Reinhold Becker 

Songs of Grusia Sergei Rachmaninov 

Violin obbligato by Mr. Briselli 
"Mon coeur s'ouvre a ta voix" from "Samson et Dalila," 

Charles Camille Saint-Saens 
Miss Diamond 

IV. Wir wandelten 1 Johannes Brahms 

Meine Liebe ist griin ) 

Nocturne Pearl Curran 

Love Went A-Riding Frank Bridge 

Mr. Ramey 

V. Romance in G major LuDWiG van Beethoven 

Praeludium und Allegro Pugnani-Kreisler 

Mr. Briselli 

VI. Do Not Go, My Love Richard Hageman 

The Sleep that Flits on Baby's Eyes John Alden Carpenter 

Danny Boy Frederick Weatherly 

Hopak Modeste Moussorgsky 

Miss Diamond 



*Student of Mr. Horatio Connell 
**Student of Mr. Eprem Zimbalist 
***Student of Mii^s Queena Mario 
****Student of Mr. Harry Kaufman in Accompanying 

The Steinway is the official piano of The Curtis Institute of Music 



WESTTOWN SCHOOL 

Westtown, Pennsylvania 
Saturday Evening, January 14, 1933, at 7:30 o'cloc\ 



*SoL Kaplan, Pianist 
**Iso Briselli, Violinist 
***RuTH Gordon, Contralto 
****Ralph Berkowitz, Accompanist 

of 

The Curtis Institute of Music 

PROGRAMME 

I First Movement from Sonata in C minor, Opus 13 .LuDWiG van Beethoven 

(Pathetique) 

Rondo alia Turca Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

Aufschwung Robert Schumann 

Mr. Kaplan 

II Fugue in A major Tartini-Kreisler 

Andantino from Concerto in B minor, Opus 61, 

Charles Camille Saint-Saens 
Mr. Briselli 

III My Lovely Celia George Monro 

Passing By Edward Purcell 

Hans und Grethe GusTAV Mahler 

A Piper Michael Head 

Miss Gordon 

IV Nocturne in F minor, Opus 5?, No. 1 1 

Valse in B minor. Opus 69, No. 2 j- Frederic Chopin 

Fantaisic'Impromptu in C sharp minor. Opus 66 J 

Mr. Kaplan 

V Romance in G major LuDWiG van Beethoven 

Praeludium und Allegro Pugnani-KreiSLER 

Mr. Briselli 

VI Over the Steppe Alexander Gretchaninov 

Oh Stay, My Love Sergei Rachmaninov 

The Sleep that Flits on Baby's Eyes John Alden Carpenter 

Song of the Open Fran k La Forge 

Miss Gordon 



*Student of Madame Isabelle Vengerova 
**Student of Mr. Eprem Zimbalist 
***Student of Miss Queena M\rio 
****Student of Mr. Harry K.'\lfman in Accompanving 

The Steinw.ay is the official piano of The Curtis Institute oj Music 



New Jersey State Museum 

Trenton, New Jersey 
Sunday Afternoon, January IS, 1933, at 4 o'cloc\ 



*JeaN'Marie Robinault, Pianist 
**Ethel Stark, Violinist 
***RuTH Carhart, Contralto 
****Vladimir Sokoloff, Accompanist 

of 

The Curtis Institute of Music 



PROGRAMME 

I. Ballade in B minor Franz Liszt 

Mr. Robinault 

11. First Movement from the "Symphonic Espagnole" Edouard Lalo 

Allegro non troppo 
Miss Stark 

IIT. Anakreon's Grab Hugo Wolf 

Mausfallen-Sprijchlein Hugo Wolf 

Feldeinsamkeit Johannes Brahms 

Standchen JOHANNES Brahms 

Miss Carhart 

IV. Nocturne in C minor. Opus 48, No. 1 Frederic Chopin 

Liebesleid Kreisler-Rachmaninov 

Capriccio in F minor. Opus 28 Ernst von Dohnanyi 

Mr. Robinault 

V. Canzonetta Peter Ilich Tschaikovsky 

Saltarelle Wieniawski-Thibaud 

Carmen Fantasy Sarasate-Zimbalist 

Miss Stark 

VI. Elegy Louis Campbell-Tipton 

Who'll buy my Lavender? Edward German 

Colored Toys John Alden Carpenter 

At the Well Richard Hageman 

Miss Carhart 



*Studcnt ot Mr. David Saperton 
**Student of Madame Lea Luboshutz 
***Student of Mr. Emilio de Gogorza 
****Student of Mr. Harry Kaufman in Accompanying 

The Stein way is the official piano of The Curtis Institute of Music 



The Porch Club of Riverton 

RivERTON, New Jersey 

Tuesday Afternoon, January 17, J933, at 2:30 o'cloc\ 



*RosiTA EscALONA, Pianist 
**Leonard Treash, Bass^Baritone 
***Freda Pastor, Accompanist 

of 

The Curtis Institute of Music 



PROGRAMME 

I. Ballade in G minor. Opus 23 Frederic Chopin 

Miss Escalona 

II. Vittoria! Vittoria! GlACOMO Carissimi 

Chant Hindou Herman Bemberg 

Die Rose, die Lilie Robert Schumann 

Traum durch die Dammerung Richard Strauss 

Ich grolle nicht Robert Schumann 

Mr. Treash 

III. Habanera Claude Debussy 

El Puerto / 

T71 All ■ • f Isaac Albeniz 

El Albaicin ) 

Miss Escalona 

IV. Recitative and Cavatina: "Infelice! e tu credevi" from 

"Ernani" Giuseppe Verdi 

Mr. Treash 

V. Waltz from the Ballet "Naila" Delibes-Dohnanyi 

Miss Escalona 

VI. Over the Steppe Alexander Gretchaninov 

Why Peter Ilich Tschaikovsky 

Night Sergei Rachmaninov 

Simon the Cellarer John Hatton 

Oh, Mistress Mine SiR Arthur Sullivan 

Mr. Treash 

•Student of Mr. David Saperton 
**Student of Mr. Horatio Connell 
***Student of Mr. Harry Kaufman in Accompanying 

The Steinway is the official piano of The Curtis Institute o/ Music 

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE 

Mitchell Hall 
Newark, Delaware 

Auspices: Newark Music Society 

Thursday Evening, January 19, 1933, at 8 o'cloc\ 



*Daniel Healy, Tenor 

fTrio 

**Ardelle Hookins, Flutist ***Marian Head, Violinist 

****ViRGiNL\ Majewski, Violist 

tfSARAH Lewis, Accompanist 

of 

The Curtis Institute of Music 

PROGRAMME 

^' Wt^g^^.'^''" '''^'.'' "!''■ ■■■.:■.■.■.■■■.■■::■■■. ( Johannes Brahms 

Prayer from "Rienzi" RlCHARD Wagner 

Mr. Healy 

II. Cantabile et Presto Georges Enesco 

Miss Hookins 

III. Piece en forme de Habanera Maurice Ravel 

Elegie Gabriel Faure 

Ariette Bohuslav Martinu 

Miss Majewski 

IV. Serenade for Flute, Violin and Viola, Opus 25. . . .LuGWiG van Beethoven 

Entrata — Allegro 
Minuetto 

Andante con variazione 
Adagio — Allegro vivace disinvolto 
Ardelle Hookins, Flute Marian Head, Violin 
Virginia Majewski, Viola 

V. Praeludium, in E major Bach-Kreisler 

Canto Amoroso Sammartini-Elman 

Hungarian Poem, No. 6 Jeno Hubay 

Miss Head 

VI. "Ah, Moon of My Delight" from "In a Persian Garden". . .Liza Lehmann 

Anchored Michael Watson 

The Rose of Tralee Charles W. Glover 

Mr. Healy 

♦Graduate Student of Mr. Horatio Connell 
tStuu'ents of Dr. Louis Bailly in Chamber Music 
**Student of Mr. William Kincaid in Flute 
***Student of Mme. Lea Luboshutz in Violin 
****Student of Dr. Louis Bailly in Viola 

tfStudent of Mr. Harry Kaufman in Accompanying 

The Steinway is the official piano of The Curtis Institute of Music 

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THE COLONY CLUB OF AMBLER 

Ambler, Pennsylvanl-^ 
'Wednesday, January 2S, 1933, at 2:30 o'doc\ 



*M.\RTHA Halbwachs, Pianist 
**George Pepper, Violinist 
***Albert Mahler, Tenor 
****SiGANA Sornborger, Accompanist 

of 

The Curtis Institute of Music 

PROGRAMME 

I. Variations Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

Sonata in F minor, Opus 5 Johannes Brahms 

Miss Halbwachs 

II. Walther's Prize Song from "Die Meistersinger" Richard Wagner 

March from "The Choice of Hercules" Handel-Flesch 

Hebrew Melody Achron-Auer 

Tambourin Chinois Fritz Kreisler 

Mr. Pepper 

III. AmariUi GlULio Caccini 

Die Nebensonnen Franz Schubert 

Meine Liebe ist griin Johannes Brahms 

Recitative and Aria: "Ah! fuyez, douce image" 

from "Manon" Jules Massenet 

Mr. Mahler 



IV. Five Waltzes Johannes Brahms 

Prelude in ma 
Prelude in F majc 

Toccata Charles Camille Saint-Saens 

Miss Halbwachs 



a^or^' [ Frederic Chopin 



V. Three Excerpts from the "Suite Bizarre" Joseph Achron 

Sparks 
Quasi Waltz 
Grimaces 

Valse Caprice Saint-Saens-Ysaye 

Mr. Pepper 

VI. When I Think Upon the Maidens Michael Head 

n e 1 ence o ig f Sergei Rachmaninov 

Ihe bongs oi Grusia \ 

Hills Frank La Forge 

Mr. Mahler 

*Student of Mr. Josef Hofmann 
**Student of Mr. Efrem Zimbalist 
***Student of Mr. Hor.\tio Connell 
****Student of Mr. Harry Kaufman in Accompanying 

The Steinway is the official piano of The Curtis Institute of Music 



The Woman's Club of Phoenixville 

Phoenixville, Pennsylvania 
Tuesday Afternoon, January m, 1933, at 2:30 o'cloc\ 






*Irene Beamer, Mezzo 'Contralto 
**Samuel Mayes, Violoncellist 
***Florence Frantz, Accompanist 

of 

The Curtis Institute oj Music 
PROGRAMME 

I. An die Musik ] ^ 

^. p |, h Franz Schubert 

Verborgenheit HuGO Wolf 

Der Schmied Johannes Brahms 

Miss Beamer 

II. Arioso JoHANN Sebastian Bach 

Sicilienne Paradis-Dushkin 

Largo and Corrente from Sonata in G minor Henry Eccles 

Mr. Mayes 



M8th Century Bergerettes 



III. Menuet d'Exaudet 

Jeunes Fillettes 

L'Heure Exquise Reynaldo Hahn 

"Pleurez, Pleurez, Mes Yeux" from "Le Cid" Jules Massenet 

Miss Beamer 

IV. Nocturne in G minor Abram Chasins 

Le Cygne Charles Camille Saint-Saens 

Gavotte, No. 2 in D major, Op. 23 David Popper 

Mr. Mayes 

V. I've Been Roaming Old English 

Charity Richard Hagaman 

Three Little Fairy Songs Maurice Besly 

Song of the Open Frank La Forge 

Miss Beamer 

*Student of Mr. Horatio Connell 
**Student of Mr. Felix Salmond 
***Student of Mr. Harry Kaufman in Accompanying 

The Steinway is the official piano of The Curtis Institute oi Music 



BLAIR ACADEMY 

Blairstown, New Jersey 
Friday Evening, February 10, 1933, at 8:30 o'doc\ 



*Irene Singer, Soprano 
**LiLY Matison, Violinist 
***Albert Mahler, Tenor 
****Vladimir Sokoloff, Accompanist 
of 

The Curtis Institute of Music 

PROGRAMME 

I. Botschaft Johannes Brahms 

Nachtgebet ) Joseph Marx 

Selige Nacht ^ 

Se saran rose LuiGI Arditi 

Miss Singer 

II. Romance Henri Wieniawski 

Piece en forme de Habanera Maurice Ravel 

Tonada Murciana Nin-Kochanski 

Miss Matison 

III. Recitative and Aria: "Comfort Ye, My People" and 
"Every Valley shall be Exalted" from "The Messiah," 

Georg Friedrich Handel 

Die Nebensonnen Franz Schubert 

Recitative and Aria: "Ah! Fuyez, douce Image" from "Manon," 

Jules Massenet 
Mr. Mahler 

IV. Little Shepherd's Song Wintter Watts 

Cradle Song Alexander Gretchaninov 

c ^' ' r'^i.' ' 'r\ t Frank LaForge 

Song of the Open ^ 

Miss Singer 

V. Air on the G String Johann Mattheson 

Mouvement perpetuel Alexandre Tansman 

Russian Dance Efrem Zimbalist 

Miss Matison 

VI. Elegy Jules Massenet 

Songs of Grusia Sergei Rachmaninov 

Violin obbligato by Miss Matison 

When I Think Upon the Maidens Michael Head 

Love Went A-Riding Frank Bridge 

Mr. Mahler 

VII. Duet: "Parle-moi de ma Mere" from "Carmen" Georges Bizet 

Miss Singer and Mr. Mahler 

*Student of Miss Harriet van Emden 
**Graduate student of Mr. Edwin Bachmann 
***Student of Mr. Horatio Connell 
****Student of Mr. Harry Kaufman in Accompanying 

The Steinway is the ofEcial piano of The Curtis Institute op Music 



The Music Club of Reading 

Reading, Pennsylvania 

Friday Evening, February 17, 1933, at 8:00 o'doc\ 



*Cecille Geschichter, Pianist 
**RuTH Gordon, Contralto 
***Charles Jaffe, Violinist 
****Eugene Helmer, Accompanist 
of 

The Curtis Institute of Music 

PROGRAMME 

I. First and Third Movements of the "Appassionata" 

Sonata, Opus 57 LuDWiG van Beethoven 

Allegro assai 

Allegro ma non troppo — Presto 
Miss Geschichter 

II. Im Herbst .\ Robert Franz 

Hans und Grethe Gustav Mahler 

Wie Melodien zieht es mir Johannes Brahms 

Widmung Robert Schumann 

Miss Gordon 

III. Praeludium und Allegro Pugnani-Kreisler 

Rondo in G major Mozart-Kreisler 

Mr. Jaffe 

IV. Impromptu No. 2, in F Sharp Frederic Chopin 

Gnomenreigen Franz Liszt 

Scherzo in B flat minor. Op. 31 Frederic Chopin 

Miss Geschichter 

V. Over the Steppe Ale.xander Gretchaninov 

O Stay, My Love Sergei Rachmaninov 

A Piper Michael Head 

The Sleep that Flits on Baby's Eyes John Alden Carpenter 

Song of the Open Frank La Forge 

Miss Gordon 

VI. Beau Soir Claude Debussy 

Improvisation on a Japanese Tune Efrem Zimbalist 

The Bee Franz Schubert 

Mr. Jaffe 

*Student of Mme. Isabelle Vencerova 
**Student of Miss Queena Mario 
***Student of Mr. Efrem Zimbalist 
****Student of Mr. Harry K.-vlpman in Accompanying 

Steinway piano furnished by the Musical Shop, 635 Penn Street. 
The Steinway is the official piano of The Curtis Institute of Music 

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE 

Mitchell Hall 

Newark, Delaware 

Auspices: Newark Music Society 

Thursday Evening, March 2, 1933, at 8 o'cloc\ 



*ViRGiNLA Kendrick, Contralto 

**Emil Opava, Flute Leon Lester, Clarinet 

Arno Mariotti, Ohoe Sune Johnson, French Horn 

William Santucci, Bassoon 

***Sarah Lewis, Pianist and Accompanist 

of 

The Curtis Institute of Music 
PROGRAMME 

I. Quintet, Opus 71, for Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, 

Bassoon and French Horn LuDWiG van Beethoven 

Adagio — Allegro 
Adagio 
Menuetto 
Rondo 

II. Zur Ruh', zur Ruh' Hugo Wolf 

Aria: "Patron, Patron, das macht der Wind" 

from "Phoebus und Pan" Johann Sebastian Bach 

Aria: "In si barbara" from "Semiramide" Gioacchino Rossini 

Miss Kendrick 

III. Musette, Opus 47, for Oboe, Clarinet and Bassoon .... Georges Pfeiffer 
The Windmill FRANgois Couperin 

for Flute, Oboe and Bassoon 
Aubade for Flute, Oboe and Clarinet Paul de Wailly 

IV. The Sleep that Flits on Baby's Eyes John Alden Carpenter 

Leetle Bateese Geoffrey O'Hara 

The Faltering Dusk A. Walter Kramer 

Moon'Marketing Powell Weaver 

Miss Kendrick 

V. Sarabande et Menuet, Opus 72, for Flute, Oboe, 

Clarinet, Bassoon, French Horn and Piano Vincent d'Indy 

Gavotte, from Opus 6, for Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, 

Bassoon, French Horn and Piano Ludwig Thuille 

Caprice, Opus 79, for Flute, Oboe, Clarinet and 

Piano Charles Camille Saint-Saens 

*Student of Mr. Horatio Conn ell 
**Students of Mr. Marcel Tabuteau in Wind Ensemble 
***Student of Mr. H.\RRy Kaufman in Accompanying 

The Steinway is the official piano of The Curtis Institute of Music 



Women's Club of BalaCynwyd, Junior Branch 

Cynwyd, Pennsylvania 
Monday Evening, March 6, 1933, at 8: IS o'cloc\ 



*Agnes Davis, Soprano 

**Charles Jaffe, Violinist 

***EuGENE Helmer, Accompanist 

of 

The Curtis Institute of Music 

PROGRAMME 

I. Green Claude Debussy 

J'ai pleure en reve Georges Adolphe Hue 

Maria Wiegenlied Max Reger 

Widmung Robert Schumann 

Miss Davis 

II. Praeludium und Allegro Pugnani-Kreisler 

Rondo in G major Mozart-Kreisler 

Mr. Jaffe 

III. Aria: "Vissi d'arte" from "Tosca" Giacomo Puccini 

Miss Davis 

IV. Beau Soir Claude Debussy 

Improvisation on a Japanese Tune Efrem Zimbalist 

The Bee Franz Schubert 

Mr. Jaffe 

V. In the Luxembourg Gardens ) Kathleen Lockhart Manning 

Shoes ) 

The Sleep that Flits on Baby's Eyes John Alden Carpenter 

My Lover is a Fisherman Lily Strickland 

Miss Davis 

VI. Piece en forme de Habanera Maurice Ravel 

Tambourin Chinois Fritz Kreisler 

Mr. Jaffe 

•Student of Mr. Emilio de Gogoria 
**Student of Mr. Efrem Zimbalist 
•**Student of Mr. Harry Kaufman in Accompanying 

The Steinway is the official piano of The Curtis Institute oj Music 



NEW JERSEY STATE MUSEUM 

Trenton, New Jersey 

Sunday Afternoon, March 26, 1933, at 4:00 o'cloc\ 



*LiLY Matison, Violinist 

**Abrasha Robofsky, Baritone 

***Eugene Helmer, Accompanist 

****The Elbee Quartet 

Lily Matison \ ... ,. Virginia Majewski, Viola 

Marian Head \ ^^ohns Victor Gottlieb, Violoncello 

of 

The Curtis Institute of Music 

PROGRAMME 

I. The Blind Ploughman R. C. Clarke 

Boots Hazel Felman 

Blue Are Her Eyes Wintter Watts 

Give a Man a Horse He Can Ride Geoffrey O'Hara 

Mr. Robofsky 

II. Variations on a Theme by Corelli Tartini-Kreisler 

Perpetual Motion Alexander Tansman 

Romance Henri Wieniawski 

Miss Matison 

III. String Quartet, Opus 77, No. 1 Franz Joseph Haydn 

Allegro moderate 
Adagio 
Menuetto 
Finale 
The Elbee Quartet 

IV. Drink To Me Only With Thine Eyes Old English 

At Tankerton Inn Howard Fisher 

Coin'' Home Anton Dvorak 

Gwine to Hebb'n Jacques Wolfe 

Mr. Robofsky 

*Graduate student of Mr. Edwin Bachmann 
**Student of Mr. Emilio de Gogorza 
***Student of Mr. Harry Kaufman in Accompanying 
****Students of Dr. Louis Bailly in Chamber Music 

Piano through the courtesy of the Hoffmann Music Shop 
The Steinway is the official piano of The Curtis Institute of Music 

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DOVER CENTURY CLUB 

Dover, Delaware 

V^^ednesday Afternoon, April S. 1933, at 3:00 o'doc\ 



*LiLY Matison, Violinist 

**Albert Mahler, Tenor 

***Ralph Berkowitz, Accompanist 

of 

The Curtis Institute of Music 

PROGRAMME 

I. Two Movements from the Sonata in D major. .Georg Friedrich Handel 

Adagio 
Allegro 

Melodie GlucK'Kreisler 

Variations on a Theme by Ck)relli Tartini-Kreisler 

Miss Matison 

II. "Sound an Alarm," from "Judas Maccabaeus". . .Georg Friedrich Handel 

Passing By Edward Purcell 

Amarilli GiULio Caccini 

"A te, o cara," from "I Puritani" Vincenzo Bellini 

Mr. Mahler 

III. Romance Henri Wieniawski 

Mouvement perpetuel Alexandre Tansman 

Russian Dance Efrem Zimbalist 

Miss Matison 

rV. I know de Lord's laid His hands on me \ 

^tml o L7rd^.'.''°!'!'!! .\!'.'. : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : [ ^^^^^ spirituals 

O Lord, I done done ; 

Mr. Mahler 

V. The Rosary Nevin-Kreisler 

From the Cancbrake Samuel Gardner 

Caprice FlORlLLO'MusiN 

Miss Matison 

VI. Elegie Jules Massenet 

Had You But Known LuiGi Denza 

Songs of Grusia Sergei Rachmaninov 

Mr. Mahler 
Violin Obbligato by MisS Matison 

♦Graduate student of Mr. Edwin Bachmann 
**Student of Mr. Emilio de Gogorza 
***Student of Mr. Harry Kaufman in accompanying 

The Stein WAY is the official piano of The Curtis Institute of Music 



WOMAN^S CLUB OF PALMYRA 

Palmyra, New Jersey 

Thursday Evening. April 6, 1933, at 8: IS o'doc\ 



*Henrietta Horle, Soprano 
**RowLAND Cresswell, Violoncellist 
***Donald Wilcox, Organist 

of 

The Curtis Institute of Music 



PROGRAMME 

I. Stornellata marinara PlETRO CiMARA 

Chanson legere Frederic d'Erlanger 

Here Beauty Dwells Sergei Rachmaninov 

Alleluja Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

Miss Horle 

II. Adagio and Allegro Henry Eccles 

Sicilienne ParadiS'Dushkin 

Gigue Arcangelo Corelli 

Mr. Cresswell 

III. Suite Henry Purcell 

Rondeau 

Minuet 

Sarabande 

Allegro 

Mr. Wilcox 

IV. Serenade Espagnole, "Guvre ton coeur" Georges Bizet 

Wiegenlied Johannes Brahms 

Lazy Song Corinne Lawson 

"Musetta's Waltz Song" from "La Boheme" Giacomo Puccini 

Miss Horle 

V. Arioso Johann Sebastian Bach 

Piece en forme de Habanera Maurice Ravel 

Allegro Appassionato Charles Camille Saint-Saens 

Mr. Cresswell 

VI. Andante Cantabile Peter Ilich Tschaikovsky 

The Swan Charles Camille Saint-Saens 

Choral Prelude: "Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland" 

Johann Sebastian Bach 

Hosanna! Paul Wachs 

Mr. Wilcox 

*Student of Miss Queena Mario 
**Student of Mr. Felix Salmond 
***Student of Mr. Fernando German: 

The Steinwav is the official piano of The Curtis Institute oi Music 



CAPE MAY COUNTY ART LEAGUE 

Cape May, New Jersey 

Friday Evening, April 7, 1933, at 8:30 o'cloc\ 



*Ine2 Gorman, Soprano 
**Felix Slatkin, Violinist 
***Walter Vassar, Baritone 
****SiGANA Sornborger, Accompanist 
of 

The Curtis Institute of Music 

PROGRAMME 

I. Phyllis Has Such Charming Graces ] Old English 

The Plague of Love !■ . , , „ y „, 

My Lovely Celia J ^''^^Scd by H. Lane Wilson 

Miss Gorman 

II. La Folia Corelli-Kreisler 

Mr. Slatkin 

III. Nocturne Pearl Curran 

On the Road to Ballyshee Leslie Elliott 

Sailormen Jacques Wolfe 

Danny Deever Walter Damrosch 

Mr. Vassar 

IV. Nil Xavier Leroux 

Papillon Felix Fourdrain 

"Und ob die Wolke" from "Der Freischiitz" . . . Carl Maria von Weber 

Miss Gorman 

V. Praeludium und Allegro Pugnani-Kreisler 

Piece en forme de Habanera Maurice Ravel 

Perpetuum Mobile Ottokar NovAcek 

Mr. Slatkin 

VI. Go Down, Moses 7 vt p 

Git on Board, Little Chillen { ^^^^° Spirituals 

Water Boy Avery Robinson 

Gwine to Hebb'n Jacques Wolfe 

Mr. Vassar 

*Student of Miss Harriet van Emden 
**Student of Mr. Efrem Zimbalist 
***Student of Mr. Horatio Connell 
****Student of Mr. Harry Kaufman in accompanying 

The Steinw.ay is the official piano of The Curtis Institute oj Music 



WESTERN MARYLAND COLLEGE 
WESTMINSTER, MARYLAND 

Friday Evening, April 21, 1933, at 8 o'doc\ 



*HowARD Mitchell, Violoncellist 
**Jascha Brodsky, Violinist 
***EuGENE Helmer, Accompanist 

of 

The Curtis Institute of Music 

PROGRAMME 

I. Aria Johann Sebastian Bach 

Sonata in A major Luigi Boccherini 

Adagio 
Allegro 

Sicilienne Paradis-Dushkin 

Mr. Mitchell 

II. Sonata in D major Vivaldi-Respighi 

Moderate 
Allegro moderato 
Largo 
Vivace 
Mr. Brodsky 

III. Concerto in A minor, Op. 33 Charles Camille Saint'Saens 

Mr. Mitchell 

IV. Praeludium und Allegro Pugnani-Kreisler 

Siciliano and Rigaudon FrancoeuR'Kreisler 

Slavonic Dance Anton Dvorak 

Spanish Dance Manuel de Falla 

Mr. Brodsky 



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V. Elegie 

r> r Gabriel Faure 

Berceuse 

Vito David Popper 

Mr. Mitchell 

VI. Carmen Fantaisie BizeT'SarasatE'Zimbalist 

Mr. Brodsky 

*Student of Mr. Felix Salmond 
**Graduate student of Mr. Eprem Zimbalist 
***Student of Mr. Harry Kaufman in Accompanying 

The Steinwav is the official piano of The Curtis Institute 0/ Music 



GEORGE SCHOOL 

George School, Pennsylvania 

Saturday Evening, April 29, 1933, at 8 o'cloc\ 



*Selma Amansky, Mezzo-soprano 
**Abe Burg, Violinist 
***JoHN Cosby, Baritone 
****Catherine Bodler, Accompanist 
of 

The Curtis Institute of Music 

PROGRAMME 

I. Le Soleil et la Mer Felix Fourdrain 

Non piu PlETRO CiMARA 

Standchen des Don Juan Peter Ilich Tschaikovsky 

Miss Amansky 

II. Spanish Dance Pablo de Sarasate 

Souvenir de Moscou Henri Wieniawski 

Mr. Burg 

III. Le Cor Ange Flegier 

"Hear Me, Ye Winds and Waves!" from "Scipio" 

Georg Friedrich Handel 
Mr. Cosby 

IV. The Bird of the Wilderness Edward Horsman 

Blue Are Her Eyes Wintter Watts 

To a Messenger Frank La Forge 

Over the Steppe Alexander Gretchaninov 

At the Well Richard Hageman 

Miss Amansky 

V. Air Carl Goldmark 

La fille aux cheveux de lin Debussy-Hartmann 

Rondo SchuberT'Kreisler 

Mr. Burg 

VI. The Three Ravens Old English 

My Old Nag Ned Arranged by Arthur Somervell 

"Drink to me only with thine eyes" Arranged by Roger Quilter 

Mr. Cosby 

•Student of Mr. von VVymetal in operatic acting 
**Student of Mme. Luboshutz 
***Student of Mr. von Wymetal in operatic acting 
****Student of Mr. Kaufman in accompanying 

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LIST OF CONCERTS 

FACULTY RECITALS 

First. .. .MivSS Harriet van Eraden, Soprano November 29,1952 

(Miss Lucile Lawrence, Harpist 

Second. .. (Mr. Carlos Salzedo, Harpist December 15,1952 

(Mr. William Kincaid, Flutist 
(Mr. Felix Salmond, Violoncellist 

(Madame Isabelle Vengerova, Pianist 

Third. ... (Madame Lea Luboshutz, Violinist December 21,1952 

(Dr. Louis Bailly, Violist 

(Mr. Felix Salmond, Violoncellist 

Fourth... Mr. Fernando Germani, Organist January 9, 1955 

Fifth Mr. Horatio Connell, Baritone March 27, 1955 

Sixth.... (Mr. Abrara Chasins, Pianist May 11, 1955 

(Mr. Harry Kaufman, Pianist 

Seventh.. Mr. David Saperton, Pianist May 25, 1955 



Special Concert 
by the Department of Chamber Music 

Mr. M. Florent Schmitt January 8, 1955 

assisted by 
Dr. Louis Bailly, Oskar Shumsky 
Jascha B rod sky and Orlando Cole 






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STUDENTS' CONCERTS 

(These programs, while listed alphabetically according to 
Instructor's name, are bound according to date.) 

Students of Dr. Baillv in Chamber Music December 9,1952 

Students of Mr. Connell April 6, 1955 

Students of Mr. de Gogorza May 4, 1955 

Students of Mr. Germani January 25,1955 

Students of Mr. Hofmann May 17 , 1955 

Students of Madame Luboshutz (December 8,1952 

(December 22,1952 

(April 4, 1955 

Students of Madame Mario May 24, 1955 

Students of Mr. Salmond (March 7 , 1955 

(April 26,1955 
Students of Mr . Saperton (March 22 , 1955 

(April 5, 1955 
Students of Mr. Salzedo and Miss Lawrence ...(March 14,1955 

(May 25, 1955 
Students of Mr. Tabuteau in Wind Ensemble ... May 2, 1955 

Students of Miss van Emden April 15, 1955 

Students of Madame Vengerova April 25, 1955 

Students of Mr. Zimbalist (March 50, 1955 

(April 7, 1955 
THE CURTIS SYJM'HONY ORCHESTRA December 19,1952 

CHAMBER MUSIC 

(November 15,1952 
(December 11,19 52 

The Pennsylvania Museum of Art (January 29,1955 

(March 5, 1955 
(April 9, 1955 



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CONCERT COURSE 

Westtown School, Westtown,Pennsylvanie (October 8, 1952 

(January 14,1935 
estate Federation of Pennsylvania Women ... October 12, 1952 

Bellevue-Stratford Hotel, Philadelphia 
The Peddie School, High ts town, New Jersey ... (October 15,1952 

(^April 9, 1955 
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania . October 27, 1952 
Western Maryland College, Y;estminster, 

Marj'-lsnd (November 4,1952 

(April 21, 1955 
Wilmington New Century Club,?alraington, 

Delaware November 14,1952 

Woman's Club of Ardmore,Ardmore,Pennsylvama. November 18,1952 
*Claymont Special District Public School 

Claymont, Delaware November 25,1952 

*Miquon School, CoixShcfiocken, Pennsylvania .. (December 2,1952 

(January 27,1955 

(March 5, 1955 
University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware ... (December 5,1952 

(January 19,1955 

(March 2, 1955 
Sleighton Farm, Darlington, Pennsylvania ... (December 4,1952 

(-^■February 26,1955 
George School, George School, Pennsylvania . (Jejiuary 7,1955 

(April 29, 1955 
New Jersey State Museum, Trenton, New Jersey . (January 15,1955 

(March 26, 1955 
Porch Club of Riverton, River ton, New Jersey . January 17,1955 
Colony Club of Ambler, Ambler, Pennsylvania . (January 25,1955 

(^-March 16, 1955 
V/oman's Club of Phoenixville, Phoenixville, 

Pennsylvania January 51 ,1953 

^Glenside-Weldon School, Glensice, 

Pennsylvania February 1, 1955 

*Unionville Joint Consolidated School, 

Unionville, Pennsylvania Februaj:^^ 5, 1955 

Blair Academy ,Blairstown, New Jersey February 10,1955 



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■>*-Swarthmore College,Swarthinore, Pennsylvania. February 12,1955 

Music Club of Reading, Reading, Pennsylvania .February 17,1955 

7'oman's Club of Bala-Cynwyd, Cymvyd, 

Pennsylvania March 6 , 1955 

•^Immaculata College, Frazer, Pennsylvania .. March 20, 1955 

Dover Century Club, Dover, Delaware April 5, 1955 

Palmyra Woman's Club, Palmyra, Nev; Jersey . April 6, 1955 

Cape May County Art League, Cape May, 

Nev; Jersey April 7 , 1955 

-^Demonstration School, Georgetown, Delaware . April 10, 1955 

'^Civic House, Merion, Pennsylvania April 17, 1955 

■w-Woman's Club of Downingtown, Downingtown, 
' Pennsylvania April 24 , 1955 



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